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May 31, 1985 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-31

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42 Friday, May 31, 1985

THE DETROIT'

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DANNY RASKIN

PIZZERIA

. Italian-American Food

10517 W. 7 MILE, East of Meyers

3020 Grand River

833-0700
Free Parking
Nationally known for serving 4-H Prize Blue Ribbon
Steak and Chops. Finest Seafood and Liquors.
Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties
Serving daily from 11:30 — Sunday from 12 noon

864-8553

STILL SERVING THE
BEST FOOD IN TOWN!

I TRY OUR GREAT PIZZA
WITH CORNED BEEF

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CONGRATS ... to Ann and
Sammy Woolf ... on their 50th
anniversary ... Before retiring,
Sammy was the wonderful
"When You're Smiling"
entertainer whose singing and
emceeing gapped many genera-
tions of happiness ... Ann is
that swell gal acrobatic dancer
he met years ago while a song-
and-dance man.

of Southfield

CONGRATS ... to Edythe
and Fred Swartz ... on their
35th anniversary ... She has
been office manager at Beau
Jack's Restaurant the past 20
years ... He retired seven
months ago after 35 years with
the Internal Revenue Service
... Both recently became first-
time grandparents ... when lit-
tle lassie, Chaely Laine, was
born to their daughter Marla
and son-in-law Tim Chartier
Edythe's and Fred's other
daughter and son-in-law, Onnise
and Jeff Levine, expect to be-
come parents in October.

25080 Southfield Road at 10 Mile

Complete Greek and American Cuisine

• Lunch & Dinner • Cocktail LoUnge •

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BANQUET FACILITIES
FOR ALL AFFAIRS

SUNDAY BRUNCH
10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

OUTSIDE CATERING AVAILABLE
FOR ANY OCCASION

CALL TONY

Hot & Cold • All-You-Can-Eat

$ 8 95 Adults

569-0882

$4 5° Under 10
Includes Coffee, Tea or Bev. '

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CONGRATS ... to Betty and
Harry Zaft . on their 50th an-
niversary ... They'll exchange
vows again this Sunday at Tem-
ple Israel with Rabbi M. Robert
Syme officiating ... in celebra-
tion given them by children
Wilma Danuloff, Arline and
David Bittker ... and Medelon
and Terry Yarrows of
Scottsdale, Ariz. ... Chupa will
be held by four grandchildren
Alan Bittker, Jodi Bittker, Ron
Bittker and Rick Danuloff
Fifth grandchild, Jeff Danuloff,
will be grandparents' ring be-
arer ... Evening will have fes-
tive dinner at Giorgio's in Bir-
mingham ... Among the 100 or
so guests expected will be some
who were present ... or even
part of the original wedding
party 50 years ago.

LOOKING BACK On Col-
umns of Yesteryears ...
Sept. 19, 1952 ... "Back from
his vacation, Jewelry man Jules
Goodman had stayed at Glenn
McCarthy's Shamrock Hotel
while in Houston, Tex. ... and
was at the bar when crooner
Tony Martin pointed out that a
starring career in Hollywood
had its pitfalls ... 'One day,' he
said, 'you're making love to
Betty Grable, Linda Darnell or
Lana Turner and the next day,
poof! you're a has-been' ... `Ah,'
sighed McCarthy, 'but look
where you has been.'
"Lana Turner, as a matter of
fact, relates Jules, appeared one
evening at Romanoffs in Hol-
lywood in a daring, low-cut eve-
ning gown ... Attached to a
fragile chain around her neck
was a golden replica of an
airplane ... an exquisite piece
of workmanship ... which nes-
tled provocately in just the right
place ... 'Prince Mike' Romanoff
and Jules have been friends for
the past 15 years and it's always
the first place he goes to when
in Hollywood ... Romanoff
asked Jules, 'What do you think
of Lana's airplane?' .... 'Lovely,'
Jules admits he breathed ecstat-
ically, 'and what a landing
field!' "

"A demure miss about town
was engaged by a manufacturer
to distribute little boxes of a
new kind of candy free to
passers-by in J. L. Hudson ...
At the close of her first day's
work, she ran into an old friend
downtown, who asked, 'Is it true
you're going to get married
soon?' ... 'In a few months,' was
the answer ... 'That's wonder-
ful,' said the friend. 'What are
c'‘
you doing in the meantime?' ...
`Nothing much,' said the girl.
`Just giving away free sam-
ples.' "
"Chess addicts in the com-
munity will get a kick out of the
story Bill Wolfe and his chess
club members keep as a remin-
der that anything can happen in
the game ... Alexander
Alekhine, was chess master,
once missed a train connection
in an Austrian village ... To
kill time he wandered into a lit-
tle inn where the local doctor
was crowing over his 48th con-
secutive chess victory ... 'I am
unbeatable.' declared the doctor,
modestly ... Alekhine decided
to teach him a lesson and chal-
lenged him to a game ... To the ,_‘
utter amazement of the world's
champion, the unknown doctor
trimmed him in 21 moves ...
`You have developed an abso-
lutely new attack,' margeled
Alekhine. 'I wonder why, how-
ever, you never used your
rooks?' ... 'You mean those
pieces on the end?' asked the
local doctor. 'Around here, we've
never learned how they move!' "

Sept. 24, 1965 . . . "Asked
what he'd learned at Sunday
school, 10-year-old Donald
Moser told parents Albert and
Ceil, 'Well our teacher told us
about when God sent Moses be-
hind the enemy lines to rescue
the Israelites from the Egyp-
tians. When they came to the
Red Sea, Moses called for the
engineers to build a pontoon
bridge. After they had all
crossed, they looked back and
saw the Egyptian tanks coming.
Quick as a flash, Moses radioed
headquarters on his walkie-
talkie to send bombers to blow
up the bridge and save the Is-
raelites' ... 'Donald,' said the
started Ceil, 'Is that really the
way your teacher told that
story? ... 'Well, not exactly. But
if I told it her way, you'd never
believe it!' "

Oct. 1, 1985 . . . "Arnold
Maddin tells of visiting Israel
and asking a native guide
whether there were any golf
courses there ... 'Golf?' shrug-
ged the guide. 'In a country as
tiny as ours, a good golf drive
could become an international
incident.' "

Nov. 12, 1985 ... "Asked why
she doesn't give up smoking,
Lisa Allen explains, 'Oh, I
would, but I'm afraid to. The
last time I quit they bombed
Pearl Harbor.' "

BEST BET OF THE WEEK
... "Night of Games" by City of
Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Group ...
this Tuesday, 7 p.m. at Roma of
Bloomfield on Telegraph.

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